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and japan's defense ministry. >>> tokyo's newly refurbished central railway station was unveiled to the public at the beginning of the month for people in the capital, it's an iconic land mark. but for people many the disast irarea, the station's rebirth has a deeper rebirth. nhk world has more. >> reporter: the red brick building of tokyo station reopened recently for a major refurbishment. it's been restored to the way it looked when it was first built a century ago. the roof suffered severe damage from world war ii air raids. it's now covered with tiles that are made of natural slate. when the station was originally bill in 1914, the slate covering the roof all came from the town of ogatu in miyagi prefecture. for the recent refurbishment, the railway company decided to use slate from ogatu again. then the massive earthquake hit the region. ogatu was devastated by the tsunami. the entire building where 20,000 slates were being stored was washed away. amazingly, many slates survived intact. after the disaster, this man was the first on the scene. he found slate all covered with
, the defense took control. the second half was a lopsided affair. in the 58 minute, the second goal. robinson scored his second ride before the final whistle. the final score -- 4-0. >> lots more german cup matches on wednesday evening. here is a roundup of all the results. had ever needed a penalty shoot up to subdue dresden. third division upset second division. also, a minor upset. he stood guard convincingly defeated -- stuttgart convincingly defeated thereupon. that brings you up-to-date on the "journal." >> we will see you soon. captioned by the national captioning institute
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